People of God: The Struggle for World Catholicism
From the acclaimed author of Cry of the People comes a work of major proportions--a superbly reported, sure-to-be-controversial, dramatic account of the international battle for the very soul of the Catholic Church.
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The Catholic Counterreformation
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